140,000 jobs created and that's good enough to bring down unemployment. you need at least 150,000 for that. the jobless rate expected to stay at 7.6%. in march we got 88,000 jobs. that was a shocker. a shocker. because then, until then, the economy had been averaging gains of about 160,000 a month. so there have been some strong areas, professional and business services. they added half a million jobs over the year. health care, leisure, retail showing gains of more than 200,000. this is hiring over the past year. and construction makes this list, too, thanks to an improving housing market. even if today's report doesn't show a lot of hiring the good news is that employers really aren't cutting too many jobs either. we saw that yesterday, jobless claims at a five-year low. people keep saying wait, yesterday's number on jobs was good, today you're concerned about a weak number. companies aren't firing, they're just not really hiring a lot either so we're in this crazy state i think in the jobs market. >> 8:30 a.m.? >> be there or be square. be there and be square.